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They are often mistaken for other members of the Canidae family, which include jackals, wolves and dogs. They stand out from their relatives because of their long, thin legs, lithe frame, pointed nose and bushy tail.
These animals are very social and live flexible lives. They are found all over the world — in North America, Europe, Asia and North Africa — and call a wide range of terrains their home. They also eat a greatly varied diet.
Forests, grasslands, mountains, deserts, farmland and suburban areas.
Quick series of barks, screechy howl, guttural chattering and odd yelp or howl known as ‘gekkering’.
8 – 20″ tall and up to 31 pounds
Will eat a wide range of foods from pet food and garbage to moles, voles, and mice to vegetation and insects.